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eBook Death and Memory in Medieval Exeter (Devon and Cornwall Record Society) download ISBN: 0901853461
Author: David Lepine,Nicholas Orme
Publisher: Devon & Cornwall Record Soc; First Ed. edition (January 1, 2003)
Language: English
Pages: 372
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Nicholas Orme is a British historian specialising in the Middle Ages and Tudor period, focusing on the history of children, and . With David Lepine: (2003) Death and Memory in Medieval Exeter, Devon & Cornwall Record Society, ISBN 01853-46-1.

Nicholas Orme is a British historian specialising in the Middle Ages and Tudor period, focusing on the history of children, and ecclesiastical history, with a particular interest in South West England. Orme is an Emeritus Professor of History at Exeter University. He studied at Magdalen College, Oxford, and has worked as a visiting scholar at, among others, Merton College, Oxford, St John's College, Oxford, and the University of Arizona Selected works.

Death and Memory in M. .Paperback, 372 pages. Published January 1st 2003 by Devon & Cornwall Record Society.

Exeter: Devon & Cornwall Record Society, 2003. 20. 0 901853 46 1. MARGARET ASTON (a1).

Orme, . Lepine, D. ed. Death and Memory in Medieval Exeter, Devon and Cornwall Record Society, 46 (2003)

Orme, . Death and Memory in Medieval Exeter, Devon and Cornwall Record Society, 46 (2003). Chynoweth, . Orme, . Walsham, A. The Survey of Cornwall, Devon and Cornwall Record Society, 47 (2004). Kleineke, H. e. The Chancery Case Between Nicholas Radford and Thomas Tremayne: the Exeter Depositions of 1439, Devon and Cornwall Record Society, 55 (2013). Crocker, J. Elizabethan Inventories and Wills of the Exeter Orphan’s Court, Volume I, Devon and Cornwall Record Society, 56 (2016).

With David Lepine: (2003) Death and Memory in Medieval Exeter, Devon & Cornwall Record Society, ISBN 01853-46-1.

2009) Exeter Cathedral: The First Thousand Years, . 00– 1550, Impress Books, ISBN 978-556239-8-1. "Guest information". For a more extensive list of Professor Orme's publications, see University Library Catalogue. National Library of Medicine, National Center for Biotechnology Information, .

With David Lepine: (2003) Death and Memory in Medieval Exeter, Devon & Cornwall Record Society . The Sovereign was never a canon of St David’s as a layman, though he or she may occupy the first prebendal stall, assigned for the monarch's use.

Nicholas Orme is a British historian specialising in the Middle Ages and Tudor period, specialising in the . With David Lepine: (2003) Death and Memory in Medieval Exeter, Devon & Cornwall Record Society, ISBN 0901853461.

Nicholas Orme is a British historian specialising in the Middle Ages and Tudor period, specialising in the history of children, and ecclesiastical history, with a particular interest in South West England.

Devon History Society (past president), Devon and Cornwall Record . The book is divided into two sections, with Orme contributing the second, which is a study of hospitals in Devon and Cornwall.

Devon History Society (past president), Devon and Cornwall Record Society (vice president), Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society (past president), Somerset Archaeological Society (past president).

Vol. 46 (2003) Death and memory in medieval Exeter. Vol. 47 (2004) The survey of Cornwall by Richard Carew.

1 (1906) A Calendar of Inquistions Post Mortem for Cornwall and Devon, from Henry III to Charles I. (1216-1649). 48 (2005) Killerton, Camborne and Westminster the political correspondence of Sir Francis and Lady Acland, 1910 - 1929.

Death, burial, and the commemoration of the dead have been much studied by historians in recent years, but far less has been done to make available the sources on which these studies are based. This book sets out to fill the gap with an anthology of the rich and varied evidence that survives from the medieval city of Exeter.It begins with a history of burial practices in the city: where people were buried and why. This is followed by an edition of the only remaining local burial list, relating to the hospital of St John, and by a register of all the 650 people known to have had a funeral or burial in Exeter between 1050 and 1540 with details of dates and places.The second part of the book deals with wills and executors. It prints the eighteen earliest Exeter wills (1244-1349), and two rare documents drawn up by executors: the inventory of a prosperous widow's possessions (1324) and the impressive, hitherto unedited, executors' accounts of Andrew Kilkenny, dean of Exeter (1302-15). A list of all the surviving Exeter wills up to 1540 (over 700 complete or in part) is also provided.The final section centres on how the dead were remembered. This contains over a dozen obituary records naming men and women and the dates of their deaths, ranging from the eleventh to the sixteenth centuries. The records include some remarkably early lists of members of guilds in the neighbourhood of Exeter, dating from about the year 1100; the obituary list of the Exeter guild of Kalendars in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries; the oldest specimens of the cathedral's 'obit accounts' from 1305-7; a document establishing a chantry in 1305; and several 'obit calendars' from Exeter Cathedral.Altogether the volume contains 2 registers of names and 36 documents, nearly all of which are making their first appearance in print. All the documents have been translated into modern English, and they are eminently suitable for use by undergraduates and postgraduates as well as for academic research. There are full introductions to each of the three sections, three maps, eight pages of photographs, a glossary, bibliography, and index.